Remember ESO allows you to join up to 5 different Guilds. Be it Game Guilds or Trade Guilds.
Cloudrest - Veteran Mode July 22nd @ 5:00PM EDT
Tuesday afternoon @ 6:00pm EST/3pm PST a random normal dungeon groups for new and veteran players.
Every Wednesday @ 8:00 PM EST/5:00 PM PST Dragonstar Arena
Every Thursday @ 8:00 PM EST/5:00 PM PST The Tamriel Book Club hunting for books.
Every Thursday @ 9:00 PM EST/6:00 PM PST Dungeon Gear Farming
Last Call: Friday nights, @10 PM EST/7 PM PST each week we will descend on a region to take down world bosses, explore public dungeons and destroy dolmens.
We are always looking for new members to join our wonderful community, we offer many fun activities, and offer many opportunities to have fun with our guild. Don't miss out to join this amazing family friendly guild!
I've been with these folks for two years now, and it's been a wonderful two years.
I've been playing the game since 2014 from the EU megaserver originally, then I stopped after two months. When I returned two years later I switched to NA and my first goal was to find a social guild, since I thought it was the reason of my decline back in 2014, always trying to solo stuff (I kinda have social phobia).
So I started my new life in GM, was a shy person, I always feel hesitant when someone asked for groupings, but the guild encourages its members to grow and interact, to form bonds. And in reality they actually helped me develop my social skills.
I also like the social family oriented approach of the guild, unlike most dedicated end content guilds, GM has a knack of helping new people get their hands on the game, and have a personal feel for themselves, and encourages everyone to have a unique play style of their own.
I can never see myself leaving the guild, for these folks has helped a player like me have a place in this game, and now I consider them my online family.
Rectitude carried to excess hardens into stiffness; benevolence indulged beyond measure sinks into weakness.
Another month has gone by. We have had some new Squires join our ranks, and we are looking for more.
Come join in the adventures and dungeon runs that are a daily activity.
We just had an ESO Realm Mingle this past weekend and had lot of fun and games.
If you are interested in a No Drama Multi game Guild you can call Home, look no further.
When you put in your applications, the more information, the better. We would like to read about you, and why you want to join Guild Medieval and the ESO Realm. One line applications are not acceptable.
I am new in ESO. I have sent application a week ago, but don't get invitation until now. Is there something I do wrong? Maybe my reason to join is too short or what?
I'm looking for fun and active community, because I am very very new.
Happy Holidays, only 28 more days until Christmas. Still looking for a guild to join? Guild Medieval is looking for you. at https://www.guildmedieval.com
Edicts from on High -- Guiding Principles of GM
1.THOU SHALT HAVE FUN! If you aren’t, stop! Not later. Now!
2.PLAY WHAT, HOW, AND WHEN YOU WANT WHEN SOLO! You are playing the way that you enjoy. When in a group/team play to what the group/team needs OR form your own group to play in your own style!
3.REAL LIFE ALWAYS COMES FIRST! Always, period! No need for apologies. Take care of the things that are most important, whatever they are. We will be here to provide you any support you need and will welcome you back when you return.
4. Be Excellent to Each Other!
Being Family-Friendly what does that mean? We pride ourselves on being "family-friendly". What that means to us is that we can be comfortable being overheard chatting in our games, with children looking over our shoulders at our forum posts, and with our children playing alongside us. As such, we do not allow swearing or "adult" topics. We do understand though that the games we play themselves are for the most part violent, may have swearing, and contain adult themes and content, and we do discuss and post screenshots from these games. In addition, our forums also have sections that have restricted access or warnings about more mature content. Some members may want stricter controls than what we can reasonably provide. As such, we ask that members use their own discretion in allowing their children access to our games, chat, and forums.